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Part II. Reviews and bibliographical notices

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  1. Clinical Memoirs on Diseases of Women. ByAlfred H. M’Clintock, M.D., F.E.C.S., Late Master of the Dublin Lying-in Hospital, &c. Dublin: Fannin & Co. 1863. 8vo., pp. 435.Google Scholar

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